36. What situations are provided by law for refusal of access?
- Where the accommodation of electronic communications networks in infrastructure under consideration is not technically feasible;
- Where the use of infrastructure by electronic communications companies renders them ineffective with respect to the main purpose for which they were established, where it puts the safety of people or property at risk, where it implies a serious risk of infringement of legal, regulatory or technical rules regarding obligations of public service which the respective service provision must fulfil;
- Where there is a lack of available space as a result of the state of occupation or as a result of the need to ensure space for own use, or for the purpose of performing maintenance or repair.
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